Traditional Korean Medicine – Korean Herbs
Korean herbs are getting popular worldwide. However, do they work to prevent getting viral diseases as well as diseases of unknown cause? Some claim so.
Many Korean claim that Korean delicacies are healthy food and created with restorative value just like that of medicinal herbs. Korean ginseng, garlic, peppers, green teas, onion are some of the examples.
Take the most famous Korean national delicacy, kimchi, a pickle made with vegetables such as cabbage and white radish seasoned with chili, garlic, and ginger. Its taste is very good. Many of us love to take it as a special with dinner. Scientifically, it is claimed to have vital essences for healthy body construction.
In spite of the above statements, there are still a lot of sick people in Korea. They eat more than any other nationals but why were they not able to escape from commonly known high blood pressure, cancer, common cold (influenza), etc.?
Japanese, on the other hand, eat a lot of raw fish and sea foods. Some of doctors in Japan claim that they are the kind of food that can make healthy body. Yes, I agree that both Korean and Japanese food are good for health, but neither of these foods can prevent getting viral diseases and diseases of unknown cause.
Once again, I say that they are tasty and good for health. Many say that these foods have medicinal properties but why it could not treat illnesses. Poison from living animals and plants may be more essential for healing if they are used right. Of course, the amount of intake has to be studied, then, you may be able to cast out viral diseases and diseases of unknown cause. Take the case of Opium extracted from opium poppy; Viagra which may be good for enlarged heart patients; thalidomide which could be used to prevent expansion of cancer diseases. I am not a scientist or doctor but someone may be able to find out how to properly apply toxic saliva from snake, blood from blowfish, fluid from opium poppy, etc.
I am now studying how these Korean delicacies can be converted as medicinal. You will know it now here. Hundreds of years, Korean ginseng, garlic, pepper, onion and many more including kimchi were said to be medicinal and has the capability to cure various kind of diseases, if not, they are good preventative herbs from illnesses. However, sufferings from Korean land never reduced. Instead, numbers of diseases are increasing. What is wrong with these known and popular herbs? These herbs in Korea seem to be not working as we expect.
My research for the history of Chinese and Korean Herbs including Japanese Herbs revealed that they really work if you know how to use them. Most of the books published were written by the doctors and scientists who do not research but copy someone else's copied books. Many scientists think about extracting essence from herbs. They think that essence could be melted in the water by means of boiling but those ideas are incomplete. Just think of my PYRO-ENERGEN technology, I do not follow or copy the idea of others because scientists failed to heal or cast out viral diseases. Therefore, the way scientists extract essences from herbs by means of boiling, grinding or by any other means might be incorrect or incomplete.
The answer is not the extracted essence or minerals from herbs. It is the unknown composition of herbs by scientists and doctors. That's what I imagined. You may think we just eat raw ginseng or raw garlic. No. Most of books state that garlic and onion reduce hypertension. That's not actually true. The more you take garlic, the more your blood pressure goes up, doesn't it? Garlic itself does not reduce your blood pressure to normal. You can do whatever you want, yet garlic remains just the same as raw garlic. Then, how come old medical books state that these herbs especially garlic is one of the most powerful medicinal food for hypertension?
My research continued and I believe I found a clue on how to use these herbs to work for diseases. It is not necessary that you have to use Korean ingredients. Any kinds of ginseng, garlic, ginger, onion, pepper and kimchi will do.
It is very simple. Let's say in the case of garlic. Prepare some garlic and peel off the skin. Prepare the same weight of any dressing oil. Put them together in a clay or ceramic container and heat it at 50 degree Celsius for about one hour, then cool it at room temperature. Once it is cooled, you can keep it in the refrigerator.
You can use the oil and garlic as dressing for food. It is very good for hypertension as old Chinese and Korean herbal books say. Do the same for any other herbs. This technique works to all herbs. No one thought of this simple technique, didn't they? Try it.
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